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Today’s HeadlinesBy Roger Rudick |
Oakland Streets Represent a ‘Public Safety Epidemic’ (Oaklandside) More on Push for State Transit Funding (SFStandard) More on BART Changing its Schedule (NYTimes) Will Transbay Transit Center Ever Achieve its Promise? (ABC7) Put Interstate 80 Underground? (Berkeleyside) Vandals Draining Transit Funds (MissionLocal) New Scooters in San Francisco (SFExaminer) San Francisco Most Expensive to Raise Children […]
Rail Problem: House GOP Wants to Undermine Trains Exactly When We Need Them MostBy Aaron Short |
The future of interstate rail travel is in jeopardy if the White House caves to House Republican spending cuts as part of the ongoing debt ceiling negotiations, advocates say.
State Pols Make Safe Streets Activists in Indianapolis See Red over Right TurnsBy George Kevin Jordan |
The Indianapolis City-County Council proposed several no-turn-on-red initiatives to improve safety. But then all hell broke loose at the statehouse.
Action Item: Urge Phillip Ting to Save TransitBy Mayor London Breed |
Join the chorus in urging lawmakers to fund transit.
Redding Celebrates Launch of Shasta Bike Depot, New Electric Bike-share SystemBy Melanie Curry |
California transportation and climate action leaders showed up to celebrate the long-anticipated opening of Shasta Living Streets' new bike space, and to champion more biking and walking everywhere
Talking Headways Podcast: Competing with Car OwnershipBy Gersh Kuntzman |
This week we’re joined by the head of Zipcar, Angelo Adams! We talk about how Zipcar gets parking spaces, how they find customers, the benefits of car sharing and how the company’s biggest competitor is car ownership.